Javy Guerra knows he's onto something.
For the latest of his major league-leading four saves, the Dodgers' second-year closer entered the game Wednesday night with Mariachi Vargas' "La Negra" playing on the Dodger Stadium public-address system.
Hearing the Mexican mariachi song, what remained of the modestly sized crowd went crazy.
"I'm sure they had a good time with it," Guerra said of the fans, many of them presumably Latino.
The bilingual Guerra grew up in suburban Dallas. The 26-year-old listens to hip-hop and counts rapper Wiz Khalifa among his favorite musicians.
But Guerra, the son of Mexican immigrants, wanted his entrance song to recognize his, and many of his team's fans', heritage. So he enlisted the help of Spanish-language broadcaster Pepe Yniguez to select a song for him.
Because of the way the fans reacted to the song and the way he pitched that night, Guerra said the song will stay.
"Of course," he said.
Guerra wasn't ready Thursday to celebrate his place ato...